UFC 132 features bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber in the headliner with Wanderlei Silva vs. Chris Leben in the headliner. Tito Ortiz vs. Ryan Bader is the final featured fight on the card. Carlos Condit vs. Dong Hyun Kim and Dennis Siver vs. Matt Wiman round out the main card.
All of those fights will be on the main Pay Per View card starting at 9 p.m. ET. I highly recommend ordering the HD version on SBN sponsor Comcast if you're in a Comcast region. The Yahoo PPV stream is an alternative if you don't have a cable provider or are outside the USA. UFC.tv features multiple camera angles, multiple audio feeds, real-time DVR controls and a whole bunch of other stuff I haven't had the chance to try out. The full fight card is also available via via the UStream platform (at a cost of $44.99) to view the entire fight card top to bottom.
Two fights, Melvin Guillard vs Shane Roller and George Sotiropoulos vs. Raphael dos Anjos, will air on Spike TV at 8p.m. ET. The rest of the undercard will air on Facebook starting at 6:15p.m. ET. Facebook users can go to the UFC's Facebook page to see the fights for free. If you are a Facebook user, all you have to do is "Like" the UFC page and you can watch the preliminary card for free.
If you want to go out to a bar to see the main pay per view card (and probably the Spike TV fights as well) the UFC has a searchable database of bars showing UFC 131 sorted by location at bars.ufc.com. Just enter your zip code to find the bars closest to you. The results will show the bar's phone number so you can call ahead to find out information on cover prices and confirm that they're showing the card.
The UFC is also making the card available to for iPhone or iPad users who buy the UFC app from the iTunes app store. The app is $0.99 while the pay-per-view remains $44.99.
Here's the full card: